Chorizo egg muffins

It really is about time I shared a new recipe!! These are super simple and quick to make and they make great breakfast, lunch or snacks on the go. Can be eaten cold or reheated, and just about any flavour combination you fancy could work. Here’s what I went with after picking up some beautiful … Continue reading

Six months out

The end of October brought our summer of adventure to a close. Our temporary ‘for fun’ jobs ended, we moved out of the summer rental and into a slightly more permanent abode. It feels like the real world has dragged us back in. I’ve been thinking a lot about the enormity and impact of the … Continue reading

Sweet potato and bacon fritters

Bit of an unplanned brunch this morning. Looked in the fridge, picked out what was there, and this happened!! These are simple, yummy and the perfect thing for a weekend treat which will keep you full for a while 🙂 Ingredients (makes 2): 1 cup grated sweet potato 1 shallot – finely chopped 2 slices … Continue reading

Maintaining yourself

How well do you look after your car? Well, the law in the UK at least, states that you must obtain an annual MOT certificate, to prove your car is road-worthy. You’ll also get regular services, every 6-12 months. On top of that, it’s likely that you get it looked at whenever you hear an … Continue reading

Our first paleo pop up restaurant!

A few weeks ago I held what I believe was Scotland’s first paleo pop up! It was definitely Dundee’s first. I wanted to share my experience in planning and preparing for the event, and how it went on the night 🙂 I’ve thought for a long while that a pop up would be a great … Continue reading

Gluten free doesn’t equal healthy

It’s everywhere now. Gluten free everything, from crackers to sausages to Easter eggs. It feels like everyone is jumping on the gluten free wagon. But that doesn’t mean it’s healthy… It’s accepted in paleo circles that gluten is one of the evils of the modern day diet. It has been found to play a role … Continue reading

Cinnamon and pecan banana bread

I was playing with a banana bread recipe on a snowy Sunday and came up with this yummy result! We ate two slices each while it was still warm (insert guilty looking face). Seriously, it takes about 10 minutes to throw together if you have the ingredients. You can try other combinations with the basic … Continue reading